BJP state president K Surendran has said that the struggle against the state government will continue. The struggle cannot be stopped democratically. Surendran said the BJP’s stand would be announced at the all-party meeting. K Surendran told Manorama News that there could be a discussion on how many people are needed in the strike.
‘People have the right to protest democratically. The struggle cannot be stopped democratically. The strike is a protest of the people. It is said that the whole country is under the leadership of the CPM. The BJP’s question is whether it can take a stand against the Modi government and whether it can take a stand against the Pinarayi government, ‘said Surendran. At the same time, the Left Front decided to postpone the strike to prevent the spread of COVID.
The CPM’s double standard of misleading the farmers and agitating against the Modi government is coming out. Surendran also asked if there was a possibility of a strike against the Modi government and whether Pinarayi was saying no to a strike against the government. Meanwhile, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala had yesterday said that the UDF was suspending open struggles in the wake of the COVID expansion. He said the strike would continue without a mob against the government’s corruption.